With an organizational behavior management master's degree, graduates use their expertise to help companies improve efficiency and increase employee productivity. Faced with operating in an increasingly competitive global economy, businesses of all sizes, including nonprofit groups and governmental organizations, seek consultants with organizational behavior management (OBM) training to evaluate corporate systems and staff using a behavioral scientific approach. Florida Tech's organizational behavior management master's program is among only a few in the world that focuses on OBM principles. Graduates of the program have the skills and experience to either consult in a corporate environment or create their own firm. This specialized expertise addresses organizational efficiency and success, allowing graduates to: Assist managers with training and staff development Improve staff performance, productivity and behavioral safety Reduce absenteeism and staff turnover Aid personnel selection and placement Improve direct-line supervision of employees Florida Tech also offers a master's degree that combines organizational behavior management with applied behavior management for a wider range of expertise.